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The Influence of Administrative Culture and Political Pressure Towards Accountability through e-Government South Sulawesi Regional Government

Jamaluddin Majid, Mediaty, Hamid Habbe and Harryanto

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Majid, J., Mediaty, Habbe, H. and Harryanto, 2021. The Influence of Administrative Culture and Political Pressure Towards Accountability through e-Government South Sulawesi Regional Government. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 2(8), pp.111-122.


This study aims to analyze the influence of administrative culture and political pressure on accountability through e-government. Administrative culture in government accountability is important in supporting the achievement of good governance for the local government of South Sulawesi. Because the state apparatus with good administrative culture behavior and political support will affect the accountability of government performance. The research uses an explanatory method that examines the causal relationship with the theory used to answer the problem. Methods Data collection using a questionnaire in the local government of South Sulawesi. The results of the structural model analysis show that administrative culture and political pressure have a significant effect on accountability.

Keywords: Administrative Culture, Political Pressure, Accountability and e-Government.


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